Young Investigator Awards

Deadline: 03/03/2006
January 13, 2006

Cure Autism Now seeks promising young scientists to enter the field of autism research. Applicants must be no more than four years out of an M.D. or Ph.D. program and work under the supervision of an established investigator. The mentor need not be directly involved in autism research, but must provide a research environment in which the young investigator can perform research with direct relevance to autism. Funding is available at a maximum of $80,000 for two-year awards.

Details here
Address: 5455 Wilshire Boulevard,
Suite 2250
Los Angeles,
CA 90036 - 42
Telephone: +1 888 828 8476
Fax: +1 323 549 0547

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